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If you want to watch Anthony Joshua defend his world heavyweight titles, you'll have to get Sky Box Office.

The pay-per-view service is the only place to see Joshua take on Kubrat Pulev on 28th October.

This will be the British boxer's first fight since defeating Vladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in April. That 11-round fight saw Joshua survive a knockdown to emerge victorious.

Joshua will be aiming for his 20th professional win when he faces the Bulgarian Pulev in Cardiff's Principality Stadium. Pulev has an impressive record of 25 victories from 26 fights. His one defeat came at the hands of Klitschko.

Joshua's 19 wins so far have all been knockouts.

For the first time, the fight will be available to non-Sky Sports subscribers thanks to a deal with NeuLion. You'll still have to pay, but will be able to watch it on the Now TV Box, or through a web browser on a PC or mobile device.

“Anthony Joshua is now one of sport’s true superstars and the stage is set for a cracking night of boxing," said Adam Smith, Sky Sports' head of boxing. "Is this now the AJ era? Many believe so after that dramatic victory over Klitschko but Pulev is big, strong and shouldn’t be underestimated.”

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